|“||I'd suggest making a note of which doors you go through as you explore.”|
|— Daroach • Kirby Mass Attack|
Doors are portals that allow Kirby to move from one area to another. In most cases, they are black arches with stars along the top. In Kirby's Adventure, doors do not have any stars around them except for the final door in each level. In Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, they are replaced by Mirror Doors, which act exactly like a regular door, but look like mirrors and sometimes lead Kirby to different worlds. An enemy, Mirra, is sometimes seen around a Mirror Door, and must be defeated before Kirby can enter. Sometimes, both types of doors are hidden by Star Blocks, and other times Kirby needs to pound a stake to break down walls and reveal doors.
In Kirby: Canvas Curse, doors are slightly bigger relative to Kirby and have more stars. The final door is replaced by a rainbow canvas that warps Kirby out of the dimension upon contact. A door is also drawn in Paint Panic.
In most games, the player must press up to enter a door, but in Kirby: Canvas Curse and Kirby Mass Attack, Kirby enters the door automatically (due to the games' touch screen controls, rather than button controls).
Usually, certain doors look different than others in the same game, which often denotes a different type of area. For example, in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, doors with orange stars above them lead to secret rooms or even different routes that contain more bonuses than the regular path. Doors simply leading through the levels have the traditional yellow star. Additionally, the final door in each level that serves as its exit looks different; it is much larger with a rainbow aura. Interestingly, Kirby can carry items, like keys, through doors.
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